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_______,___~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ÷,T + 4- 4- + + -__:__S - :b__ _-l-g-------r-- - "MADAME SHERRY." h the Tulan' theater for one week e on Sulnd y evening, comes a Sherry." ' hich last season t e distinct novelty. The com- a Sad producti n comes practically a tilrety. Miss Ada Meade, the l prima donna, again heads the t seen her" on the previous - who will appear in the cast - gs Grinnell, .\lta Virginia HIous gJrY O. S:eph',ns, Neil McCay, Joe and Mae Phelps. The new of the company are: Phil. R. sad EmseY AlIon. ,no new songs hli'.\ been added s already 1p)to:lar score and will hsd in Nt, Orleans for the first They are: "I've Got Feathers My Head," "We Loved Each Other m Long Ago' and "Good Bye, Old . The first named promises to ri -ls famous "Iiublin Rag." --sical eoned',li of recent years ae the unanimous praise of the as "Madam" Sherry." from a Fr(nch original -hs charmed Paris. Berlin, Vi sad London, it has been revised American stage by Otto IHauer as- given a most enchanting mu Sgeting by Karl lloschna. comedy is sparkling and its 4wo musical numbers are to be l infectious in their ingrati quality. The wonderful chorus tbe the talk of the country. Little Movement" is still the melody of the play. It has mAed and whistled until it is to the music loving populace y. Its haunting strain has beard, it might be truthfully )o the four corners of the earth. eL seats for the return engage of "Madame Sherry" opens at heatre Thursday mording. Judg eom inquiries during the past it promises to be another mem triumph. "THE ECHO." o- the most important of the events of the present season ia Talane theatre ill be "The " which comes for a week's en October 29th. eb ho" was a big bit in New am was fu rst presented there)by -. Dillingham at the Globe ewel oves and .ges Coal, Wood or Gas. .C. DUVIC member e Make e Best Creams! yWeMake eBest? it is cooked d a artificial iagre b ma a.d the pure frsheream. Umh s, higthe rd. r vasilla beau. RS1ECOMEIND IT. bee per s that yeo cas rm by freezing but yesas _euc -- e warn is nwald & s .Co. Ltd. Canal Street, Cr.r rs se heatre with Bessie McCoy in the lead ing role. It it a piece filled with nov elties. The music is above the aver age in class and the comedy is ex tremely funny. The plot is woven around the success of a popular song and the play takes its name from "The Echo," a hotel in the mountains. In the company which is to be seen at the Tulane, Blanche Dayo takes the lead L, . . i t MISS ADA MEADE, APPEARING AS "YVONNE," THE CONVENT GIRL, IN "MADAME SHERRY." ing role. She is quite a clever actress i and is also a most delightful singer. e Franker Woods, who came into promi.- t nence when he played with "The Cin. 4 derella Girl," will take care of the I principal comedy part. There is also t a large chorus of really pretty girls 4 who know all about singing and danc ing. The engagement includes matl- 1 ness on Wednesday and Saturday. | "THE SOUL KISS." t A novelty filled musical comedy' is "The Soul Kiss," which will be the attraction at the Crescent for the week of October 22nd. Unlike most musical comedies, "The Soul Kiss" does not depend upon one number alone to insure its success, .but from the rise of the first curtain to the finale of the last, it is filled to the brim with novelties, fascinating music and pleasing melodies. The production abounds with electrical and scenic ef fects, colorful groupings, beautiful en sembles and dainty dance numbers. In all there are twenty-five big musical numbers, each one being a distinct noAlty. The production is said to be one of the largest on tour. One of the big and striking scenes is "New York by night." The company chosen is one of much ability, and there are several excep tional voices among those to whom the solo numbers have been allotted. Miss Ethel Gilmose, in the Bart made famous by the great Adeline Genee, is a capable dancer, and she always makes a pretty picture. Thomas Van, as the comically satirical Mephisto, is well cast and a newcomer to the stage. George A. McGarry, as the young sculptor, is making an excellent im pression by reason of his good voice and his good looks. All the other characters are in well-equipped hands. The staging is elaborate and the large chorus bewildering in its many cos tume changes. The egagsement is at popular prices and ther6 will be matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. ------------ CRESCENT-COMING. The Al. 0. Fields Greater Minstrels arp on their twenty4ixth annual tour and put forth the usual anoucement. However, it is all embodied in five words: "Bigger and better than ever." To substantiate thq claim, the follow ing productions are promised: The opening scene entitlek "Night and Morning" or "Down the Cotton Blossoms Orow;" field with male snd female ootta pickers- a cotton gin in pration, a steamboat loading cotton, $ steamer under way a beautifl tableaa, "Down Stream;" sdlo and enmsemble, "Darling Nellie Gray;" "As the Sun Goes Down," "Morning," "The Storm," "Night on the Bayou," "Momilight on the River," "The Floreseent Fha Festival," "The Bower of Beauty," and "The Garden of Flowers." A second transforb*iton introduces the thirndan last scene of "Night and Morning." Nothing could offer a greater uontrust. From flowers of all hues to Forbes Field, the home of the plmst aw, the Pltabuar baseball . All the prominent plaers 1 a lseagse-ueas Wegar, TI ANNA HELD COMING TO THE TULANE. Theatregoers, your dream of year( is about to come true' The famoue beauty, Anna Held, is soon to shint resplendent on the stage of the fash lonable Tulane Theatre midst a bril liant setting of mirth and music. Th( vehicle in which the celebrated star is Obt exploiting her beauty and talent is en- ct titled "Miss Innocence," and has prIv- a, en one of the greatest successes of t, this charming comedienne. The en- al gagement is scheduled for a very early date, and those who follow the shows will doubtless be more interested in st the visit of this famous actress than tI o1 any tther of the season. a Cobb, Roger Bresnahan, Christy Mat- t thewson, John McGraw, Frank Chance, & in review. The burlesque of our na tional game by the Black Hawks and the Daffodils, concluding with an tm- b pire baiting bout which ends the first part with the most original and di versified of all musical episodes, d "Darktown Pomander Walk." Not a burlesque of the play, "Pomander Walk," but an original idea or a thou sand ideas elaborated, opening with a Doc Quigley's greatest dance creation, "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party," follow- t ed by a myrlad of musical mirthful specialties, a review of vaudeville and opera. Darktown's Pomander Walk is one long laugh. Al. G. Field and his Greater Min strels come to the Crescent for the week of Oct. 29. "THE CLANSMAN" COMING AGAIN. s Big Revival of Dixon Play For Special Southern Tour. ' An elaborate revival of Thomas Dix on's sensational success, "The Clans - man," has been made by the Southern e Amusement Company, of which George r H. Brennan is manager, for a tour of ' the South this season. It has been three years now since the famous play has been seen here, so it is with satis faction that we note the revival. News a has Just reached us that this city is to h be included in the coming tour. New sets of scenery have been con structed from the original models and the coming engagemeslof "The Clans man" will be marked b the usual lav ish staging that has distinguished this - spectaculatperfornmnce on its previ r ous visits. t. "The Clansman" has enjoyed un 'e stinted popularity for the past six "years throughout the entire United F- States and local theatregoers will un doubtedly be glad of another opportun It ity to see this remarkable drama of ie the Ku Klux Klan, and the stirring Id events that transpired in the South during the memorable Reconstruction Lt Period. The revival production of '"The Clansman" will play an engagement in this city for a week, beginning October 22, at the Dauphine. Ito ee A Narrow Margin. of Joha Stuart Mill was once dining with two brilliant French talkers who s were given to monologue. One had id pomeslon of the Reld, and the other a was watching him do intently to strike ll ia that Mill exclaimed a1o, 'I he be stps to breathe h's gone." Phenegrsphis Men. S1ome men are like phonograpb--Y t ety day they reel of exactl the sae r eeLes--Metreasl t- I'NTl' l's'TrlA iT i Uo .1t il':tli .\. sT\it:'I Sll ." I:II I. lANA. PAIl .H I : 011 LI:.\Ns., 4'ITY 'F NI:W - I [I.i_-A NS. HIt it known, that oI thish f ,,,r,,n4th day of thtb.er. In the y-,ar of ,ur Iorld Pill' th.ll ..n lld inll hllu drd and eill ,In. alndl f ithe Inidlndenl. ",f the 1I u4n ,ld St:tll,. of 'ill. .l4,eri'a., lh,' on. llhundred 1and thirtly sixth. I ,. t lir n, mi . . Philip 4 II I n , r, .Ir . tI li . ; iit publih in anid fr IhII lar1l'lh "f i rl., n . Stale of Louisiana, 'therein reilin., d11lly giao n sill ioned, is\,i, n anlll d quallfiehd, a d.l0 in .i l presence oIlil f tl. wIlltn 4~es', he ift.-i. lferl4 l u ind and i nd r, in "I ,1d, p. ' r. ult ln y : .l I .an ld ppare l ile e, pal l4"1 1 s ~,,'h.,. Ituii a e ar i.i t r IIIIto o- rI.ii.-14. , iho -e,'' a ly ded ured thatI a4 - ill I 4.1.: ,," ..f the l iat e, ., Ill . ' S itat o.. f l o 4li a haI, ill s il i hr-,, a " b.a. l bd pro1ide1,l4 h1 le4 late '1 ill ent<. -''ve: cu n st a dn, :"i,;ree anid Lind th :n a, 4 . till a all ,u. 1i4 1.. 1,"u, a, 1 w4.1 h" r411ft14 1 e44 n. a11441 latd.d . ith 1 h414 , 1.) t : f,4 all I .,crpoi tiohn for l the- olj,' , and 4l y u , .pes and lnd0r the aih ni ,'h and .o"lip. ,f alati.ons, tou. tlo-% it : ! and The ~ ,e.f tili- ,,or,,,ir, ion -hall lb e !'ll l4r. 1k4l l.lul and oil . ,,lv ,'n.l. tu ' 4 liiany. ani :a d u ler it u aid ,l ilratl, " lrit e it s4 hall 414 hati t' e pi h eri , .ai r the athorll to I ha ,'e 14 1, slind t'Ijoy cr rporte",t " .xistl nll' . l .41. ,tic" i, ,."nh14 for the Iullit-l 4 1 anl pll id of :t tiIltyl nilne yeul, i'rii and after It lh, lat, cla h-r. 4 .f ; to as , : 44cu t l us . ;all r 14 . s'1e41l; f to li t tu thke and ur" ia .ieport `etl, and thle . ,,r salld' to ailter and lreak iat plle ur.a " toll , Io in, hold, r4iv4 , le as, e. purlha.s a nd , rle , f1 vey. Is well and lto motgate and ypolr thlea' riae property. real, p.-ts-o ital and fit ie Il, pr.. a. ,rporal tald inorporal: It n' te aildent p t llt a.th manitter*, agents, directors and Int time to thi te by-lawst . ruls andil regulations for the paroper ove rle ol otf thle laffair of said corporation as al) pe nrncessary and proper. I ARTICLE II. li pIe The domicile tof said corporation shallts lt- in the city of New Orleans. lltae ofd inh nloulslana, and all citations o other legal int proce.ss sall be served upon the preside nt nli of said corporation, or In uthe event a of it his absence upon the vice president, and in for the abse of both o fto sald officers, upon I the general manager or said corporation. sol ARTICLE III. h1l The objects and purposes of this corpo- imt ration are hereby declared to be: to engage hat in the general business of drilling and the developing oil, mineral and gas lands, and to engage generally in the oil, mineral and dr gas business and by-products of same; to fro buy, sell and lease oil, mineral and gas by lands; to operate pipe lines; to build, pur- all chase or lease same ; to buy and sell oil, i, minerals and gas and their by-products, ac and generally to do everything incidental to the development of oil, mineral and gas lands and the sale of oil, minerals,gas and their by-products. ARTICLE IV. lc The capital stock of this corporation l shall be fifteen thousand dollars, divided Into one hundred and fifty shares of stock W of the par value of one of one hundred dollars t each. said stock shall be paid for in cash at such time and in such amount P . and after such notice to the subscriber t . as the board of directors shall determine. Any stockholder wishing to sell any of his stock must first offer same In writing Sto the board of directors for tairty s30) days, and they have the right to purchase Is same at book value. Is This corporation shall become a going dr concern and authorised to do business as es soon as four thousand dollars shall have er . been paid in. re t ARTICLE V. a All the corporate powers of said cor poration shall be vested in a board of directors, to be composed of seven (7) L stockholders to be elected annually on the be Ssecond Monday of May of each year. of All such elections shall be held at the of . flee of the corporation under such regula- to tions as may be established by the board R fotice of such elections shall be given d t by the secretary of the company by written f. or printed notice directed to each stock- ti holde r of record mailed at least ten days Sprior to such election at his last his last known residence or business address. tl At all such elections, and at all corporate s meetings, every stockholder shall be entitled qi to one vote for every share of stock stand ing in his name on the books of the com- a pany, to be cast in person or by proxy, and r ' the majority of the votes east shait elect. Any vacancy occurrming on the board of directors b death, resignation or other wise, shall be filled by the remaining mem- a bers of the board for the remainder of the a term. Failure to elect officers of the corpora tion or directors, as provided herein, shall not disolve the corporation, but the offi- a Scers or directors then in office shall re- a main in office until their successors are I eleted and quatllled. d The oard of dir ectors shall annually elect from their own number a president, n a vice-president, a secretary-treasurer, and t A a general manager, or they may combine the positions of secretary-treasurer and general d Tha e stockholders of this com ny shall hold its first meeting October 14,1911, at ing officers and drtors, who 1tl serve until the next annual meetlng of the stoctk - R holders and until their successors shall have been qualified. of ARTICLE VI. b aWhenever this corporation shall habe di its affairs shall be liquidated by three coi 1 sloners to be elected from among the Sfor such purpose, of which meeting n.,tcee Sshall be liven (a the manner and form provided for stockholders meetiags in the sueeding article orf this charter, and a majority in amount of the capital stock ofat ' said corporation, repreented at such meet misioners shall remain in oeice until the i affairs of the corh ration shall have been fully liquidated. In ease of inability of 4 IV* any commissioner to continue by reason of I duath, regisnation or otherwise, the vacancy sll be filled by the surviving comis- I VI soners. ARTICLE VII. I' This act aof Inacorporation may be modl i flled, changed or altered, or said corporatioo may be dsolved with the assent of thre e t fourths of the capital stoc, r presented a t ia general meeting of the sto kholders con-I vened for such purposes, and aflter noticel ZR' shall have been given in one or more news leans, once a week for four weeks preced ing the meeting and by written notice mailed to each stockbolder thirty days prior I to the date of the meeting at his last known n address. ARTICLE VIII. e No stockholder shall ever be held 'llable nfor the ontracts or faults of saltd co rporat ion any further sum than the unpaid bralance due the corporation on the shares rendering this earter null, or of exposing a steckholder to any liability beyond the unpaid amount remainipg due on his Mock. Thus done and pesseo at my oame, in the the presence of Fred. C. Querelns and A. Miles Coe, competent witnesses, of lawful hO0age, both of this city, who hereunto sign ad their names with the said appearers and me, notary, on the day. date and year Saforeaid, after doe readg of the Whoe. S (Names of sn sners etted.) SFRED.. . %BREN .e PHILIP GENSLDBR, JR. Notary Public. I. the unndersined R _orde of M _ortage 6,' in and for the Parish of Oreas, State of RKL IID LD OiL:~e~~~pi º 11'. NY n.- i: thi- I.'4 d .111,' r id in It t llli't. . ,4, t(" i "r 1l. .I1 1 Ti. n:m ille- ~f tih.' alb.-,-r -i' - .' ti. l Iti - ." ,f .h.1ll ". ..,i -" l-ll...i f,,r l" ilu l *l0, 11.4.l !'111 11' ,!:N" .I . 1:"?1 1 , C'IIHAITERI itl "' 1\1111. 'l t 1.I. TI'it K . \ NI\ .i T tl'll \I l 1lll.1: I 't '11A.NY !. 1.\11 I 111i: I 1l In S T 1.. . ll'.\ I: 111I Fl 1. ;T.1L I l0 , I -h- l ll , 1 ! 1I,:. t ill i'1 . if.' tr L.,rd l l .i . h T h i.:1 \tii ' li 11- lin an-I li'.1 I , l- i iai ll. I t\ i -i 1 It .. i.'l rdlit n. ii :rii l- 1 r ,1in l lit ! to Iii l .iii i . -h llf rl' h .e th o 'reref'I' d ritllik tn1. "ut - ,II nli,lll ifh'- , : .liliy. ,I , ll1ted . I:. shat. l h iv Ih ii ti''.itlni'i f In t it'r li of Ni -tvl I i rlrni . ,.,Its corpl,, ira.t n-ln l i, r a period : t , I lit11, - f a l1 , h , lt1.1l4~ :.1'. . rtl!.',. 44! i," -, ,t,,i il, n .I. nii lllyturl. fom al :i after tile dte he reoi. S, It shall comm lin;e Ithainu atIl oni, as l h4 , " i1f Ith. h t, ~f n I., 'l l :i'.1 1" 11 ,'.t : 1 " silti as sli thousand dollars i tiMMJCAiI in f ull itina fstolr l issued. It n't y. I l:. t. - ro .vnlanted and al.°l°"" , and 1 . ty ,, Ithild. pvrcsase. sell1 convey trans er-. 11..e. pled he oafr ort.in propert a . moatd le anth ,. t mmorale. It maytin fsuer ail i sued' andl r have and sealunder t such rmti and devine as ull at. icness n or lng to- it : id AltTICLE I. The namect and titpurple of thisor rich this shacorpoll rae the "is oemral Trud and the nature o mº,.ob1i Company. Limited." It shall have the doumicile in to be carriedy of byw it. arlean nd shall In hautomo and enjoy su,, ppieon. by Saut corpmobraile naccess ories a peeriod ofnatu ninre atynd ine years from and anyfter the dathe abovef. tnless speooner dissolved as heveretinfter sncidental forth. lat shall commln) dbusiness at one as g dred as six thousand dollars r6. $4100.00) in full paid stock is issued. It may have. prop holderty urcha servces.ll, convey transfer. leaa pledge or mortgag,, property, movable and Immovable. It may sue and he sued and have a seal of such form and device as thed board of directors shall corport. by the president, or in the event of his death, sickness, abhene or inability to acat from They cause, the this co-presiporadent, in her e by dmasignated as he officer uponby whoard all citations or other legal processhom shall Sbe served, and as the orsticer who shadirecll act. t ARTICLE II. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organised and the nature of the business to be carried on by it, are tor is hereby declared to be: To uy, mposell and deal in automrero Ed, automobile supplies n pautomobile accessories of every nature and motor truckse drector and to act as sales agent for manufacturers of any of the above specified items and everything incidental thereto. SgnThe capital stock of this corporation e is hereby declared to d e ten thousand dol larst turday $10,000.00 divided into one huntil Stdred shares of one hundr been eleted anddollars $100.00) each, which shall be paid for in cash, prop e erty or services. All stock shall be transfer red only on the books of the corporation by the stockholder or his duly authorized agent lad attorney In fact. ARTICLE IV. ) The business of this corporation shall he be managed and conducted by a board of three t3) directors, all of whom shall l Abe stockholdersrity o; the frst board of direct - tors s hereby dconstitute clared to be composed of Richard Brock Edward C. Anslth ey and John aD. Edwards, with Richard Brock as prtheys dent-treasurer, Edward C. Ansley as vice president and John D. Edwards as secre tary. These directors and officers so they ie corgnated, shall held their offices until the last Saturday in August, 1112, or until te their successors have been elected and d On the last Saturday In August, 1912. and annually thereafter, an election for dl l directors shall be held at the oorice of the company after ten (10) days notice, reo Swriting, shall have been given by the sec retary theo each stockholder or chs rterduly Saulimithorised agent or oterattorney-in-fact, the he same to be gives corpor mailed to each stock holder at his resdene.o (2 l comml elections shall be by llo n att. general majoreetingty of tbe board of directors In tshall constitute a quorum foras the meetring tos e action of business ; they shall make by re laws, alter and modify the same as they deem proper, shall make rules and reg Sulations for the management of the bust h , repranted. tn s o o the ARTICLE V. At th chartermination of this chartered byor - modaffairsed of this corporation shall be itquld te l anved bywound up byte o two (2lrd the iqidatclng Ieen th e same mannerd t as thel meeting to oi elect diretoolrs and officers. In such pur-of Sdissol ationer there shall bnotice twholl be given ic tonersach stocimilarly chose at a rtengetig th calec m- retaryo divrected to his residence eter senalt be by a majority of the tlc present or ARTICLE VI. t Thas eharter may be l hanged, althed ror modified orto oldr o this corporation hamay ll sol eved by labl vote of reponile or the iautolts prese ont or thereo, isentedn any rther sum o t on on ckthe olders oned him nor shall u to each stckholder, li writing, by t orgasatlo he re r otary, dirthe ectd to his residering this sentr rNo ter nullokolder of this corporn any ationlder tol ever beany liable or responsibld the amfor th de on hfaults or contracts done and passed In my oficrther Inum n than the Nep Orleans aoresaid onlane due the orpora day mere formality air or saton herein -rtten of have the resence of Jmen E.g tOIer char-nd r ull or of expossidng ing tsy stockprisholder tohave leany sigedability beyond the amount due on his rt- and me, notary, after due reading of the paid whole. ars Witnesses: (Signed) James O'Hern, James more J. Fortler. So (Signed) J. T). Edwards, on,- share; Edw. ng4 C. Ansley. one share; Richard Brock. sixty the seven shares. ck- ( aIgned) LEWIS R. ;I.LAIIAM. " te Notary lPublIc. SIn I. the undersigned, recorder of mortgaaet. i A. in and for the parish of Orleans and Staltl wftalof Lo itlsiana, do heretty certify that the ign bov, and foregoing charter of CommercIal aruck and Automobile Company, Lmited was this dav duly recorded in my office, in boo" k .tcl, folio -h28. New Orleans. October 1Fth. 1i1I. ,S1gned EMILE LE.ONAII.. I.. R. I hereby certify that the foregitng is a ablc- of incorporation of the ,,Com.mrtrlaI Truck ties and Automobile Company, Limlted,' on fly in mynotarial offce . i 0NT Ot. eL, as, Nov. , 9, is, 23t, 19I1. 1T an e Sunday, OCT. 22 Every Night at 8:15, and Wednesday and Saturday Mat nees at 2 MADAME SHERRY \V"E K OF 0("I[) l ER I', I ............................. " 1I11: .0":,! " CRESCNT EGINNING CRESENT SUN, OCT. 22 Every Night, and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Matinee. THE SOUL KISS \'I:EK:F: (]' Ot'TO)IIER ý. \I. (..\1.1:. FIED IS' I 2I· i GN.-TIIIE;. 8 Orpheum THEATER Advanced Vaudeville Performance every afternoon at 2:15. Every evening at 8:15. Night Prices, IOc, 25c, 50c ,75.Box $1.00 MATINEES DAILY ....... . . 10c, 25c, 50c. Box Seats, 75c. Seats may be Reserved by Phone. Ticket Office Open Daily From 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Moving Pictures! Elmira Pleasure Grounds The Elmira Pleasure Grounds has been converted lato a Motion Picture Show. EVERY NIGHT IN THE WEEK. e Films direct from the Geueral Film Company. Three Rolls of Moti, Pict all for 5 cents. Illustrated sagp. Vaudeville. About your Plumbing Work We Will Do the Rest J . Bodenger Pres. 11 Alg iersnice & 18 THE WALL PAPER MAN YOU WANT TO DO I YOUR WORK. 324 Alix Street. Phone Algiers 213. . - hi. WALL PAPER FROM sc. 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